Welcome to the Insurance Loss Control Association (ILCA)

Welcome to the Insurance Loss Control Association (ILCA) website, and thanks for giving it a look!

ILCA was founded in 1931 and continues to be an organization comprised of insurance risk control professionals.  Not widely known outside of insurance circles, Loss Control is a safety discipline that serves to protect lives and property while also helping businesses mitigate loss exposures.  Utilizing a wide variety of technical skills, our members are knowledgeable in fire protection engineering, construction, workplace safety management, commercial fleet operations, product liability, and exposure control expertise for multiple lines of insurance policies.  ILCA's primary purpose is to build on these skill sets and to promote our role within the industry. 

ILCA provides members with opportunities for technical education and networking with an annual conference (our premier event).  Held in early October, the association hosts speakers covering current loss control and safety topics along with the promotion of soft skill developmen.  Attendees and supporters are not merely limited to insurance risk control, management and underwriting, but have expanded to include service providers, students in safety curriculums and anyone having loss prevention interests.  CEUs (1.0) are awarded to conference attendees needing CSP continuing education credit while members receive newsletters published throughout the year with articles from experts relevant to our profession.

ILCA seeks and welcomes participants and new members, especially those entering our profesion and those who may not know of our association.  To promote growth, we've started student chapters at select universities and colleges with safety curriculums.  For current members, I would encourage you to reach out to fellow Loss Control contacts as sharing information about the benefits and professionalism of the annual conference is something we all can do to expand the ILCA footprint.  If you know of any prospects that we could contact, please let us know by email at administration@insurancelosscontrol.org.

Another targeted enhancement area is our website, so we are working to improve our site and functions of the ILCA domain http://www.insurancelosscontrol.org/ in 2016.

Topic planning for our 2016 conference is already underway and will be based on attendee feedback from 2015's event as we strive to maintain the high level achieved from years past.  Please contact me or any member of the board with ideas for how we can improve.  We also want to encourage others to become more involved in making ILCA all it can be.

Once again, welcome to ILCA!  We hpe to see you at our 2016 annual conference on October 3rd - 5th in Louisville, KY.

Sincerely,

Dan Finn, ALCM, AIM, CFPS
President, Insurance Loss Control Association

Becoming a member for recruiting purposes

How will ILCA membership benefit me?

  • Members become more knowledgeable and gain valuable experience in loss prevention techniques.
  • Members have opportunities to network with other insurance professionals and develop leadership skills.
  • Members are kept abreast of the changes in the insurance industry and loss control profession.
  • Members discover solutions for technical problems and emerging issues.
  • Members receive ILCA's eNews which provide valuable information on technical matters.
  • ILCA Membership qualifies for one (1) point for Continuance of Certification (COC) point for Certified Safety Professionals (CSPs) and Certified Loss Control Specialists (CLCSs) in the category of Safety Organization / Division Membership.
  • Attendance at the annual conference qualifies for one (1) COC point for CSPs and CLCSs in the category of Professional Development Conference Attendance.

What can I do for ILCA?

  • Attend the ILCA conference.
  • Prepare and submit articles on topics of general interest to ILCA's eNews.
  • Deliver presentations on loss prevention topics at the annual conference.
  • Get involved in ILCA's leadership committees.  Service as an officer qualifies for one (1) COC point for CSPs and CLCSs in the category of Professional Services.

Am I eligible to join ILCA?

  • Yes!  If you are affiliated with the insurance industry and have an interest in the prevention of loss in the property / casualty field, we urge you to join ILCA today.  Students in safety, risk management and insurance programs are open to join as a student member.  Annual dues are $75.00 for professional members, while qualified student member dues are waived. 

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